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RushBet.co and Fundación Éxito team up to help children during the contingency

This initiative hopes to deliver more than 1,800 packs with essential groceries nationwide to nearly 60,000 children of the Foundation

April 15 2020 -In the midst of the economic crisis and the quarantine decreed by the Colombian government due to the spread of Covid-19, RushBet.co, a company specialized in sports betting in alliance with the Grupo Éxito Foundation, launched the “Solidarity Bingo” campaign, which seeks to donate packs with essential groceries to children of the foundation who do not have sufficient resources to supply themselves and who are going through a difficult situation due to the measures implemented to prevent the spread of the pandemic.

The main objective of the company with the 6 promotional bingo games that will run from April 18 to May 3, is to provide nearly 1,800 packs with essential groceries per month for families of 4 people in vulnerable conditions and more than $6 million COP, in prizes to the winners of each of the draws throughout the national territory.

“Bingo winners will receive prizes ranging from $50,000 COP to $300,000 COP, which can be redeemed at the Rushbet.co bonus store as promotional bonuses to play in it or choose to have the equivalent bingo prize donated to Fundación Éxito markets ”said Omar Calvo, CEO of RushBet.

To participate you must pre-register on the page intended for this purpose at www.rushpromociones.co and successfully complete the registration on page www.Rushbet.co from April 15. In this way and by completing the registration steps you will receive an invitation via email, to participate in each of the bingos that will take place on weekends.

Finally, these companies call on Colombians to dynamically participate in each of the Solidarity Bingo games, since in this way Rushbet.co will donate a $ 16,000 COP grocery pack per each registered player to complete the markets granted through the Grupo Éxito Foundation and to abide by the measures imposed by the National Government and the WHO.

Source: La República